Drive Train and Suspension
Both the drive train and suspension are integral for the function and integrity of the vehicle. The drive train is the system of mechanisms that generate the power to move the vehicle, including the engine, transmission, wheels, suspension system, and driveshaft. It is one of the vehicle’s most complex systems, spanning the length of the vehicle. Signs that your drive train needs service are transmission fluid leaks, sudden vibrations when you shift gears, uncommon wear to the tires and rumbling, grinding, or whining noises when you drive.
The certified technicians at Harrell’s Auto Service are experts at pinpointing the issue in your drive train. Repairs may include clutch repair, replacing CV axles or CV joints, driveshaft replacement or changing differential fluids.
Propelling the car generates massive force and vibrations. The suspension system, a complex part of the drive train, balances the inertia of the vehicle’s frame. Alignment issues and damage, vibrations, unnecessary tire wear, and noise are signs of a bad suspension. Harrell’s Auto Service technicians will look at your suspension while diagnosing your drive train to find and repair any issues.